Before you turn your nose up at it, I want to say that it is extremely similar to rice pudding. In fact, Zupa Mleczna can be made with many different types of Noodles, Rice, or Kasza Manna (my mother's preferred way). So, you could call it Polish Rice Pudding. My father, as one example, enjoys left over Kasza Gryczana from the night before in his. Some people also instead place a stale slice of Bread in theirs. This would not be that grocery store sliced White Bread kind, but rather, a heartier Country Bread.
2 cups Milk
2 tablespoons Butter
1 cup Kluski
pinch of Salt
1-2 tablespoons Sugar
Optional: 1/2 teaspoon of Ground Cinnamon
On Medium Low Heat, keep stirring repeatedly until Noodles are cooked to the consistency you like them. I cooked mine softer since the Baby will be eating them with me today.
Add the Sugar, and if you like, Ground Cinnamon.
Stir together. Doesn't that look like Rice Pudding, but with Noodles instead?
Serve either hot or warm, depending on how you like it. Baby eats hers warm, since she is a Baby.
This dish is great for cold winter mornings, or when someone is sick. It also makes a great quick supper. I mentioned that we Poles eat Supper, right? You know, Breakfast, Second Breakfast, Dinner and Supper... And, don't forget, we Poles have meatless dishes quite often in our diet, this being one.